Capitalism vs Rightwing - What's the difference?

capitalism | rightwing |


As a noun capitalism

is (politics|uncountable) a socio-economic system based on private property rights, including the private ownership of resources or capital, with economic decisions made largely through the operation of a market unregulated by the state.

As an adjective rightwing is

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capitalism

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Noun

  • (politics, uncountable) a socio-economic system based on private property rights, including the private ownership of resources or capital, with economic decisions made largely through the operation of a market unregulated by the state.
  • (economics, uncountable) a socio-economic system based on the abstraction of resources into the form of privately owned capital, with economic decisions made largely through the operation of a market unregulated by the state.
  • (countable) a specific variation or implementation of either such socio-economic system.
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    Adjective

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  • , year=2011 , date=December 14 , author=Angelique Chrisafis , title=Rachida Dati accuses French PM of sexism and elitism , work=Guardian citation , page= , passage=The row started over who will run for parliament in a wealthy rightwing constituency on the left bank in Paris, a safe seat for Sarkozy's ruling UMP. Dati is already a local mayor in the neighbourhood, a job felt to have been handed to her on a plate when she was a Sarkozy favourite. She has since fallen from grace, and when she left government she took a European parliament seat, considered a consolation prize.}}